POLL: 2/3 Of Voters Say Dems Haven’t Made Case For Midterm Votes

House minority leader Nancy Pelosi, D-CA, speaks during a press conference at Democratic National Committee headquarters in Washington, DC on November 6, 2018. - Americans started voting Tuesday in critical midterm elections that mark the first major voter test of US President Donald Trump's controversial presidency, with control of Congress at stake. (Photo by MANDEL NGAN / AFP) (Photo by MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images)

At a glance

  • With the midterm election now just over a week away, a new poll from The Trafalgar Group has revealed that a majority of Americans believe that President Biden and Democrats have not made a “strong enough case” to entice voters to vote for Democrat candidates.
  • The poll, conducted by The Trafalgar Group for Convention of States Action between October 25 and 30 of 1080 likely general election voters, found that 65.9 percent of voters say that Democrats have not made a strong enough case as to why Democrat candidates should get their vote next week.
  • A majority of independent voters sided with Republicans, with 75.4 percent saying that the Democrats have not made a strong enough case, while 24.6 said that the Democrats have.

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